Katherine Ryan welcomes a fresh batch of talented jewellers to Birmingham's historic Jewellery Quarter, where they battle it out over some of the most precious metals and gemstones known to humankind to prove they're the next big name in jewellery.
From spinner rings to mismatched earrings, engagement rings to hairpins, each show sees the jewellers face two real world challenges: the Bestseller, where they are tasked to design the latest must-have piece that everyone will want, and the Bespoke, where they create a one-off piece for some very special clients from all walks of life, including a celebrity client who waltzes into the workshop for a red-carpet necklace.
Judging the jewellers work are two of the biggest names in the business, Shaun Leane and Dinny Hall, and it's up to them who will be named jeweller of the week and who will be heading home.
Katherine Ryan welcomes back seven up-and-coming jewellers to the All That Glitters workshop to face another two demanding challenges: The Bestseller and The Bespoke.
The jewellers must prove their worth with the latest must-have piece, a spinner ring, before they take on a commission for client Dionne, who wants a hairpin for her daughter Alice to wear on her shifts as a newly qualified nurse. But who will impress the judges enough to stay in the workshop, and who will leave?
Katherine Ryan welcomes back six up-and-coming jewellers to the All That Glitters workshop to create beautiful pieces in two new challenges.
They design and create a must-have pearl chain necklace in the Bestseller before making a specially commissioned charm bracelet for a couple wanting to celebrate their family journey in the Bespoke. It's up to expert judges Dinny Hall and Shaun Leane to decide which jewellers will continue their jewellery-making journey and who will be sent home.
Five up-and-coming jewellers are back in the workshop to face two contemporary material challenges and prove they're the next big name in the world of jewellery.
They have to make a bestselling brooch inspired by Birmingham's rich culture and heritage, as well as a totally bespoke ear cuff for a special LGBTQ+ event. But which jewellers will show skilful technique and thoughtful design to secure their place in the semi-final, and who will leave the workshop for good?
Katherine Ryan welcomes back the four semi-finalists as they return to the workshop to create beautiful pieces in the two penultimate challenges. They must impress the judges by designing and creating a bestselling set of asymmetric earrings, before making a pair of bespoke cufflinks for a special client who selflessly patrols Birmingham's streets to keep people safe. Expert judges Dinny Hall and Shaun Leane decide which jewellers will secure their place in the grand finale and who will be leaving for good.
Katherine Ryan hosts as the remaining three jewellers compete in the grand final.
They are challenged to design and create a sapphire engagement ring before making a specially commissioned occasion necklace for Strictly Come Dancing judge Shirley Ballas.
Master jewellers and judges Dinny Hall and Shaun Leane reveal the design prowess and skilled craftsmanship on display throughout the competition. But which jeweller will fulfil their jewellery-making dream and be crowned the champion?